The Huxley Chronicles
(eAudiobook)

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Author's Republic, 2023.
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9798887679013
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10h 53m 7s
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eAudiobook
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English

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Aldous Huxley., Aldous Huxley|AUTHOR., Geoffrey Giuliano|READER., & The Arc|READER. (2023). The Huxley Chronicles . Author's Republic.

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Aldous Huxley et al.. 2023. The Huxley Chronicles. Author's Republic.

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Aldous Huxley, Aldous Huxley|AUTHOR, Geoffrey Giuliano|READER, and The Arc|READER. The Huxley Chronicles Author's Republic, 2023.

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Another of Huxley's notable works is Chrome Yellow, a novel that explores the relationship between science and art. The book centers around a group of artists and intellectuals who gather at a country estate, where they engage in discussions about life, love, and the role of creativity in society. Huxley's writing in Chrome Yellow is marked by its wit and humor, as well as its insights into the tensions between science and art that continue to shape modern society.

Huxley's poetry is also noteworthy, particularly his poem "Leda", which is based on the Greek myth of Leda and the Swan. In the poem, Huxley explores themes of desire, power, and the inevitability of fate. The poem is notable for its rich imagery and its use of language to evoke a sense of mystery and wonder. Huxley's work as a poet is often overshadowed by his contributions to science fiction and intellectual thought, but his poetry showcases his talent for evoking complex emotions and exploring timeless themes.

Here is the ultimate Audiobook celebration of this great enduring artist narrated by Emmy-nominated actor and author Geoffrey Giuliano.
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